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Canadian Show Jumping Team Fourth in Longines Nations’ Cup of Canada

Canadian Show Jumping Team Fourth in Longines Nations’ Cup of Canada

Posted in English riding, Equestrian News, Home Page articles

The Canadian Show Jumping Team finished fourth in the $400,000 Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of Canada held on Sunday, June 5, at Thunderbird Show Park in Langley, BC.

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Battle of Champions in Picov Maturity Highlight Super Ajax Card on June 1

Battle of Champions in Picov Maturity Highlight Super Ajax Card on June 1

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, horse-racing

AJAX DOWNS, MONDAY MAY 30, 2022 - Ontario Quarter Horse racing fans are in for a treat on the fourth day of the 2022 Ajax Downs season, Wednesday, June 1, with the ninth running of the $29,880 Picov Maturity for older horses and two Trials for the $50,000 Princess Derby for 3-year-old fillies.

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Rayne Dubois Opens Show Jumping Competition at Wesley Clover Parks with a Win

Rayne Dubois Opens Show Jumping Competition at Wesley Clover Parks with a Win

Posted in English riding, Equestrian News, Home Page articles

Ottawa’s Rayne Dubois scored a hometown win in the $15,000 Grand Prix held Saturday, May 28, 2022, at Wesley Clover Parks in Ottawa, ON, during the Ottawa Welcome show jumping tournament.

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Top Five Finish for Canadian Show Jumping Team in Nations’ Cup of Rome

Top Five Finish for Canadian Show Jumping Team in Nations’ Cup of Rome

Posted in English riding, Equestrian News, Home Page articles

Rome, Italy – The Canadian Show Jumping Team finished fifth among 10 countries competing for the €220,000 Nations’ Cup held Friday, May 27, during the CSIO5* Rome, Italy.

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Beyond the Wither Tracing Part 1

Beyond the Wither Tracing Part 1

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, horse-health

Attempting to find a used saddle based off a wither tracing alone has been common practice in our industry for quite some time.

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It's Fan Appreciation Day Sunday At Ajax Downs

It's Fan Appreciation Day Sunday At Ajax Downs

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, horse-racing

Ajax Downs will celebrate its Quarter Horse racing fans with Fan Appreciation Day on Sunday, May 22, 2022, the first of several special Sunday event days during the track's 25-day meeting. Fans in attendance will have a chance to enter for betting voucher prizes and they can receive a free mug for every program purchase.

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Ancaster Agricultural Society Presents Blame It On My Roots Gala May 28, 2022

Ancaster Agricultural Society Presents Blame It On My Roots Gala May 28, 2022

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles

Show season is here and Ancaster Agricultural Society is celebrating the Grand Opening of the Agricultural Event Centre.

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Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, western riding

These people were from the first generation and were the inspiration and the mentors of my generation. I think it is so important to pass these to the younger generation to know and remember where it all started.

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Fast filly Jessaprimadonna Headlines Feature at Ajax Downs Wednesday, New Pick 5 Wager Introduced

Fast filly Jessaprimadonna Headlines Feature at Ajax Downs Wednesday, New Pick 5 Wager Introduced

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, horse-racing

Fresh off a spectacular opening day of its 25-day Ontario Quarter Horse racing season, Ajax Downs will race two days this coming week. First up is the Wednesday, May 18 card which will get underway at 1:30 p.m. followed by the first of several special Sunday event days, the May 22 Fan Appreciation Day card which has a first race post time of 12:55 p.m.

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Ontario Trillium grant funds new Equine Assisted Learning and Lifeskills program for Acceptional Riders

Ontario Trillium grant funds new Equine Assisted Learning and Lifeskills program for Acceptional Riders

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Acceptional Riders Therapeutic Riding Program, based at TJ Stables in Chatham Kent providing Therapy riding for children and adults with specific needs, announces a new Equine Assisted Learning and Life skills program as a result of the incredible support of an Ontario Trillium Foundation grant.

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